HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
President: Kyle Lu (IBST)
Dep. President: Katie Chen (IBSH)
Greetings, I'm Kyle Lu, a junior at lBST, and it's my pleasure to serve as your President of HRC for HSINMUN XVI. It has been quite a long way from my first MUN here at HSINMUN. I embarked on my MUN journey back in seventh grade, marking this year my fifth. I started MUN with the goal of enhancing my debate skills and getting to know more people around Taiwan. Throughout my years in MUN, I’ve been constantly challenging myself to make an impact through ways such as raising awareness. I hope we can all look beyond the numbers and make our best out of HSINMUN XV — evoking innovative solutions to the global issues we have in hand and ultimately developing as a global citizen. I’ve been to quite a few conferences for the past few years and take great interest in MUN and debate. My other hobbies include watching movies, drumming, and swimming. I completely understand those who are first timers or aren’t that fluent in any aspects of MUN. Passion and determination is all it takes, so feel free to approach me if you have any questions!
Greetings! My name is Katie Chen, a current junior at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and I am honored to serve as your deputy president of the Human Rights Council of HSINMUN XVI. It has been a long time since my first jrO-MUN conference as an inexperienced sixth grader, and my first actual conference at HSINMUN XIII. Since then, I have gained a better global perspective and been encouraged to advocate for change in the world. Originally beginning my MUN career due to my interest in current events and desire to improve my public speaking skills, I hope to help everyone do the same, along with building confidence and finding their voice through MUN. Aside from MUN and academics, I enjoy listening to music, writing, having fun with my dog, and playing badminton. I hope all of us can make the most of HSINMUN -- engaging in fruitful debate and working together to propose solutions to global issues. I look forward to seeing all of you in October. Feel free to approach either Kyle or me if you have any questions!